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17-04-2015 By Bunnysuit I knew something about Hiveswap seemed familiar. Homestuck, a webcomic I’ve seen and heard a lot about but never read inspired this game. In 2012 a Kickstarter Project was launched to make a “Homestuck Adventure Game”; More
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17-04-2015 By Bobfish It seems that the official Battlefront 3 website made a bit of a boo-boo over the last couple days, with the source code for their website giving away some tidbits that were not supposed to be revealed until later today. Namely, the game's release date. More
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17-04-2015 By KenpoJuJitsu3 Yo jurors! Indie developer Big Cake Games, best known for working on the Metal Gear Remake project that was cancelled, is back on the scene with their newest project, Cold Horizon. More
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17-04-2015 By zethalee With just a hair over a month left to go before its release date, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has completed its main software development cycle, and is essentially set for release. Adam Badowski, Head of Studio for CD Projekt RED, had this to say about the u More
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17-04-2015 By drcoolio345 Blood Bowl 2 has never seemed to be like your typical game of Madden thanks to its minotaurs, werewolves, and monstrous creatures of all sorts ripped straight from the Warhammer universe, but it's getting a bit more chaotic soon. More
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17-04-2015 By KenpoJuJitsu3 Yo jurors! If you need a new simulation racer on your PC then Slightly Mad Studios has some news for you...again. Yup, Project CARS is now scheduled to be released on May 8th. More
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16-04-2015 By ElderCub A storm looms overhead, the sound of crushing thunder, pouring rain. A cultic group has cast a curse over this island, your little kingdom. All has been well, but not for long. It's time to make way for The Inquisition, the new DLC for your favorite piece More
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16-04-2015 By KenpoJuJitsu3 Yo jurors! Do you play Defiance? If not, you should. It’s a third person shooter free to play MMO set in a sci-fi world. It has a borderlands kind of vibe with a more serious tone and it’s come a long way since we reviewed it at launch. More
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16-04-2015 By Doubleplus In the launch trailer of Postal 2: Paradise Lost, the expansion pack coming out April 17th for the 12-year-old game Postal 2, shows quite a lot of things happening. Some of which was shown in the original reveal trailer, including Gary Coleman riding a gu More
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16-04-2015 By MrJenssen What a time to be a PC gamer. Grand Theft Auto V just saw the light of day, Killing Floor 2 is about to enter Early Access, and now the excellent first person brawler Dying Light has finally gotten its promised mod tools. More
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15-04-2015 By KenpoJuJitsu3 Yo jurors! A group of Call of Duty developers left to form an independent studio, Reload Studios. Being Call of Duty devs you know they’re likely burnt out on the whole World War first person shooter segment so their new, original title is going to be...a More
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15-04-2015 By daicon Game Arts is asking gamers: "Which Game Arts game interests you most for a PC port?" among many other PC porting questions to figure out what matters to PC gamers. More
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Reviews

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16-04-2015 By NAG3LT Battlefield series are multiplayer games, known for their large-scale military action with both vehicle and infantry combat. The latest major instalment, Battlefield Hardline, attempts a... More
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06-04-2015 By Bobfish With the position of House Forrester looking ever more desperate, we reach the mid(ish) point of their tale to find...it's Game of Thrones dude, work it out. If you don't know by now, suffice it to say shit got real. More
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03-04-2015 By KenpoJuJitsu3 Dead or Alive is a fighting game franchise that dates back all the way to 1996. Despite being nearly 20 years old, this series has never seen the light of day on PC...until now. Team Ninja along with publisher Koei Tecmo have released Dead or Alive 5 Last Round on PC. More
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01-04-2015 By Bobfish Episodic games are no stranger to delays. The simple logistics of keeping to a strict schedule, often giving mere weeks from one episode to the next, is not something to scoff at. Unlike in the film industry, where a problem with a scene can be... More
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Retro Reviews

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04-04-2015 By Bobfish So you think yearly sequels are a bad thing? A sign of the current, degrading quality in the video game industry, spurred on by an irresistible urge to fleece as much money out of players as quickly, cheaply, and easily as possible. More
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21-03-2015 By Bobfish Believe it or not kiddies, t'was less than a generation (biological, not console) ago that there were not just decent, not even good, but superb Star Wars games being made. On a regular basis no less. Pontefract, Star Wars: Republic Commando. More
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Postal 2 (1)
01-11-2014 By Doubleplus With the recent hubbub surrounding Hatred, I figured now would be as good a time as ever to give a retro review to the king of controversy, and one of my all-time favorite games, Postal 2. Why? More
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Articles

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25-01-2015 By Bobfish Saying that hope is a running theme in the Mass Effect series is about as dull of a statement as saying the sun is warm; it's so obvious it's barely worth commenting on. More
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20-10-2014 By Doubleplus Now if you’ve been on the internet for the past month or so, you’ve probably heard of this movement/consumer revolt known as GamerGate. More
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13-07-2014 By Fr33Lanc3r.007 The Novelist, by solo developer Kent Hudson, tells the story of the Kaplan family, and their stay in a holiday home over the summer. Patriarch Dan, a novelist of some repute, has been struggling to push through writers block and get his latest... More
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Interviews

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02-04-2014 By Bobfish With the arrival of this epic exploration of the Human condition, told through the analogue of the most divine of all creatures the majestic goat. We pinned down Coffee Stain's own Armin Ibrisagic and grilled him for all the intimate details. More
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06-02-2014 By Bobfish First it was a distant dream of a sparkling, zombie infested future, then it was a game on the XBLA, then a staggering demand for a PC port brought it to our eager, hungry hands and eyes. More
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19-12-2013 By Bobfish What happens when a mobile game dev jumps to the PC to play with the bigboy toys? That's a question that Wales Interactive were asking themselves not so very long ago. More
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Previews

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14-04-2015 By MrJenssen If you play games on PC, then odds are you have Steam installed. And if you have Steam installed, then odds are you know what Killing Floor is. The cooperative wave-based shooter didn’t become an instant smash-hit upon release in 2009... More
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Toxikk (3)
13-04-2015 By Doubleplus The genre of true Arena FPS hard to recreate in this modern day. Many developers seem to be trapped between recreating the mechanics of Arena FPS’s of old without true understanding of how they work and “modernizing” them, both of which... More
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08-04-2015 By Bis18marck70 It all depends on my mood. It truly does. The fate of any civilization depends upon it. Better keep me happy, I dare say; why otherwise viral bombs will hail down upon you like it’s the fourth of July. Contaminated atmosphere? Spoiled harvests and burned down forests? More
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